drank Butterbeer by 52teas
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This is last week’s tea of the week – a retro Monday reblend. I cold brewed it overnight and it’s quite good cold-brewed. I think I might like it a bit better hot brewed if for no other reason than I get more of the maltiness from the Assam and I like how that plays with the rootbeer and butterscotch-y notes.

I sipped on this with dinner tonight – I had hot wings with bleu cheese and I noticed that I picked up on more of the licorice root flavor when I drank this with this particular food. I found it interesting. After I finished eating, I had another glass of the tea and I didn’t get so much of the licorice then so I do believe that either the spiciness of the wings, the tangy quality of the bleu cheese or perhaps the creaminess of it brought out the licorice.

Anyway – it’s good cold-brewed – very refreshing!

Kirkoneill1988

what are the exact ingredients?

LiberTEAS

From the 52Teas website > organic ingredients: black teas, licorice root, chicory root, sarsaparilla root, vanilla bean, calendula petals and natural flavors.

Kirkoneill1988

interesting :D

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Kirkoneill1988

what are the exact ingredients?

LiberTEAS

From the 52Teas website > organic ingredients: black teas, licorice root, chicory root, sarsaparilla root, vanilla bean, calendula petals and natural flavors.

Kirkoneill1988

interesting :D

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